Starting Jan 11th– March 22nd. Fridays 9.30am -12.30 pm
(Half term break 22nd Feb)
These classes have been designed for individuals who wish to draw, paint and cultivate their creative skills, either for leisure or to update their professional practice. Each session is delivered by an experienced art tutor who will introduce the group to a variety of techniques and assorted visual vocabulary, and offer support in developing specific interests and aspirations. Each member of the group will be encouraged to progress within a stimulating, sympathetic and energising environment.
Painting and Drawing 9.30- 12.30pm
Through an innovative approach to learning this programme is based on a practical and experimental understanding of painting and drawing in its manifest possibilities. This entails such basics as observational studies, techniques, skills, methods and materials, and design and compositional understanding. We aspire to stimulate debate, identify interests and encourage originality.
Who’s it For
For anyone who wants to explore colour, painting and their own ideas.
What You Need to Bring
A sketch book, pencils and basic paint set either acrylic or watercolour.
Each class is delivered by Chris Dart, a very experienced regional artist and talented tutor. His ability and skills as a tutor to make people feel comfortable and at the same time develop their confidence to pursue their independent creative journeys have been enjoyed by hundreds of students across the South West. Chris likes to develop a close working relationship with all his students so they feel empowered to break through their creative barriers to explore new horizons and unlock hidden dimensions within their work and creative applications.
In the event of Chris not being available the class will be taken by Janet Glynn-Smith.
Janet has over thirty years experience as a tutor having taught Fine Art to “A” level, Art Foundation and degree level. She uses a mixed media approach with drawing as a basis.
There are no upcoming dates for this event.